A Little Piece of Heaven (film)

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A Little Piece of Heaven
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Written by Betty Goldberg
Directed by Mimi Leder
Starring Kirk Cameron
Cloris Leachman
Jenny Robertson
Ron McLarty
Chelsea Noble
Jussie Smollett
Lacey Chabert
Composer(s) Don Davis
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Producer(s) Joan Barnett
Jack Grossbart
John Danylkiw
Cinematography François Protat
Editor(s) Jacque Elaine Toberen
Running time 110 minutes
Distributor NBC
Release
Original release December 2, 1991

A Little Piece of Heaven (working title: Honor Bright) is a 1991 television film directed by Mimi Leder, written by Betty Goldberg, and starring Kirk Cameron.[1] It debuted on NBC.[2]

Plot[edit]

Will Loomis (Kirk Cameron) is living with his handicapped sister Violet (Jenny Robertson) after their parents have died. She wants a young child to play with, so brother Will takes a child from the local orphanage, and later another from an abusive home.

The children are told they have died and are in Heaven. Will and Violet try to make their farm "a little piece of Heaven" for the kids, while the authorities wonder what has happened to the missing children.

Cast[edit]

Awards[edit]

Emmy Awards

  • 1992, Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Miniseries or a Special (Nominated)

Young Artist Awards

  • 1993, Best Young Actress Under Ten in a Television Movie, Lacey Chabert (Nominated)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loynd, Ray (December 2, 1991). "'A Little Piece of Heaven': A Nice Little Slice of Capra". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved February 27, 2009. 
  2. ^ Carmody, John (December 11, 1991). "The TV Column". The Washington Post. Retrieved February 27, 2009. 

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